Every now and then, the light works with you. This young girls was holding the rail, advancing up some steps in a dimly lit area. At this particular spot a gentle light fell across her face.
This is one of our grandchildren on a trip to the Children’s Museum. For the most part, light was a problem. Museums are usually a challenge because they tend to have low lighting. It’s more of a challenge when you have a moving target. In this particular shot, if you look close you’ll notice a “grainy” quality to the image…due to the low light conditions.
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Is there anything more peaceful and refreshing than wading through a cool creek on a warm summer day? This toddler clearly loves the water. It’s hard to keep him out of it.
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You would be hard pressed to find a little boy that doesn’t love to play in the creek. As you can see, this little guy was having a ball!
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I love the look of serious concentration on his face. He was crawling along the carpet and paused for moment of personal discovery. It was 15-seconds of intense study and then off to the next curiosity.
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Not all babies enjoy bathtime, but this one certainly does. He’s happy enough to show off those impressive new teeth.
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